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CHAPTER 9: ACCESSIBILITY
1. CORRECT ANSWER: A. The Help America Vote Act requires that all polling places be accessible to voters with disabilities.
2. CORRECT ANSWER: C. Poll workers should familiarize themselves with the accessibility features and equipment in their polling place.
3. CORRECT ANSWER: A. Poll workers should greet visually impaired voters verbally by telling them who and where they are in the polling place.
4. CORRECT ANSWER: C. A poll worker should only assist a voter with moving around the polling place after getting permission from the voter.
5. CORRECT ANSWER: D. If a voter with disabilities enters a polling place with someone accompanying them, poll workers should speak directly to the voter.
6. CORRECT ANSWER: B. Poll workers should speak calmly, slowly, and directly to voters with hearing impairments or communicate by writing a note to the voter.
7. CORRECT ANSWER: C. Yes, dogs assisting voters should be allowed in the polling place.
8. CORRECT ANSWER: A. A voter can be assisted in the voting booth if the voter has a disability or is unable to read or write English and the voter, before entering the voting booth, requests assistance.
9. CORRECT ANSWER: D. A relative, friend, or both precinct judges, but not an employer or union representative may assist a voter in the voting booth.
10. CORRECT ANSWER: C. A PRE-3 Affidavit of Voter Assistance must be completed by a person assisting a voter prior to assisting the voter in the voting booth.